VIDEO. From the Midcoast Community Council (MCC) meeting on Wednesday, August 24th, 2022 at 7:00pm by Zoom.
MCC committee member, Len Ericksen, comments on the draft letter.
SUBJECT: MCC Comments on the Draft Initial Study with Proposed Negative Declaration for the State Route 1 Multi-Asset Roadway Rehabilitation Project (EA 04-0Q130)
“SR-1 Medio Creek culvert has been used as a safe pedestrian method to cross under SR-1 for decades. This is a highly valued asset to the families in our community. We want to be sure that any repairs to this culvert will not prevent or reduce its continued use by the community for this purpose.”
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As a grandmother, and veteran of the Furtado/Medio culvert, I can attest that the underground route is better than risking one’s life crossing Rt 1. But considering the large numbers of people wanting to cross Rt 1, and the culvert being unsafe/ inpassible in wet weather, one would think an upgrade is in order.
Number one choice would be a roundabout on Rt 1, and pending that, an improved underground pass thru.